State Rep. Terry Wood, a Republican who represents most of Darien in the state House of Representatives will hold a “community conversation” Thursday night at Darien Library, and you’re invited.
The event takes place from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the library.
“We are now two months into the 2019 session and I’m sure many of you have questions,” Wood said in an email to constituents.
“We will discuss the budget process, tolls, school regionalization proposals, and any other legislation of importance to you and your families.”
Wood is also participating in a public meeting about environmental awareness and renewable energy at Rowayton Community Center Tuesday night, March 12, starting at 7 p.m.
You can find more information about the event on the Rowayton Gardeners website, here.
Rowayton Community Center is located at 33 Highland Ave., Norwalk.
Wood’s announcement said:
This event will be hosted by Rowayton Gardeners, Rowayton Library and the Norwalk Land Trust.
- Allen Funt, who works for Blue Planet, an advisory firm specializing in renewable energy issues, will give an overview of what renewables are available in CT.
- Brian Paganini of Quantum Biopower in Southington will talk about renewable natural gas from food waste using anaerobic digestion.
- I’ll be a panelist on what the state legislature is proposing this session about renewable energy.
I hope you are able to attend one of these events, but if not, I am always available to speak with you privately.
Office: (800) 842-1423
See also: Terry Wood’s website